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good morning. thanks so much for joining us. i'm chris nguyen in for carolyn i tyler. here's lisa argen tracking live doppler 7. >> hey, chris. good morning to you. we are looking at a sunnier start. still a few clouds around. live doppler 7 picking up on a little cloud cover existing the south bay. we'll look for temperatures this morning to be fairly uniform. here is mount tam. we've got not only some cloud cover but not as much wind. 51 in the city. 49 in gilroy. 52 in mountain view. from emeryville this morning, a little gray out there. 50 santa rowsa, napa and livermore with the warmer numbers out by the delta. the wind still up in novato. a westerly wind takes over today at the coast. and most definitely look at some dangerous coastal surf out there. so the golden gate bridge looks nice and clear. so low 50s for most of you. noontime mid and upper 60s bay and inland. at the coast, we'll stay in the 60s. by the afternoon, low to mid-70s
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from the bay to our inland valleys. so get set for a warmer afternoon today. and even warmer as we start the workweek. i'll have the details coming up. thank you. now to developing news this morning. police looking for two suspects in an uber vehicle after the driver was abducted in san francisco. the driver tells abc7 news he was off duty in the city when a man and a woman jumped into his car and depended that he drive them around. he says the man had a gun and te woman had a knife. he drove to richmond and at some point was forced to stop at an atm to take money out. that's when he said he made his escape and went straight to richmond police. police are look forth suspects and the driver's car, a 2015 white toyota kamry with the license plate 7hqw692. 6:01 the time. happening now, ady visive presidential contest in france involving a right wing populist candidate as well as a hacking scandal all facing voters as
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they head to the polls. we've learn that the courtyard outside of the louvre museum where candidate emmanuel macron plans to speak later today has been evacuated due to a security threat. right now, we're taking a live look at a polling center in paris. back here in the bay area, french voters see the parallels with our presidential race last fall. abc7 news reporter tiffany wilson explains how the hack is having an effect on the frimpbl election. >> reporter: it's election day in france. >> it's crucial for france but i also think it's crucial for europe in fact, the whole world. >> reporter: the far right candidate marine le pen wants france to withdraw from the european union. emmanuel macron would deepen ties to the eu. one hour before the official end of campaigning, hackers leaked thousands of e-mails from macron campaign staffers. >> it looks a lot like the previous versions of this type of hack that were attributed to russia. >> reporter: france institutes a
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day of silence before election day so they received little investigation. the senior vice president of proofpoint says even though the e-mails didn't reveal anything can fiscal lus. >> there's nothing on this guy. >> reporter: just the headline of a hack creates distrust and disinformation. >> they can sew a lot of doubt and simply uncertainty ahead of a very important vote. >> reporter: people voting in berkeley and san francisco were not overly worried. >> i think the good news is it didn't come out early and didn't really influence the election or very little. >> reporter: macron leads by roughly 20 points with pollsters inaccurately predicting account outcome of brexit and the u.s. presidential election, sebastian gentry says he knows another upset is possible. >> i think there's a good chance. she's made it this far. >> reporter: others feel confident macron will emerge as president. >> we're going to lose part of the way we used to live if we fall into the extreme right party. >> reporter: tiffany wilson,
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abc7 news. >> time now is 6:03. animals found to be neglected as the an oakland nature center found new homes in the bay area. yesterday we were at rabbit ears in el cerrito, one of the shops that took in animals rescued from the roteny nature center in oakland. reptiles, guinea pigs, three birds and a terror toys were sent to shelters and pet shops. the animals were found to be neglect and the in poor health. word quickly spread they needed some help. >> at some point they all came to me and said will you take if we can get these animals out, can you take some. we said of course, that's what we do. >> abbott ears took in two guinea pigs and a mouse. the rotary nature center has been shut down. now to a case of pimping and prostitution on the peninsula. investigators say the four you see here are accused of human trafficking in san bruno. investigators broke up the ring
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friday arresting all four of them after serving a search warrant at a home on herman street. it the arrests come after a among long investigation involving several law enforcement agencies. in the south bay, the family of a woman killed by san jose police remembered her during a dedication. police shot and killed diana showman in 2014. her memory will be honored at a softball field where she used to play a sport she absolutely loved. abc news reporter lon i rivera has the story. >> first home run today. >> reporter: cambrian ballpark holds so many memories for the family. it's where their daughter diana marie showman first play add little league baseball. the diehard a's fan also volunteered here. >> we're lucky to have such good friends and family. she would have loved every minute of this. >> reporter: she would have loved it. >> she loved life. she loved baseball and being around people and kids. >> reporter: they unveiled this park bench honoring 19-year-old showman along with a plaque bearing her name and favorite
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phrase. >> play ball. >> reporter: the bench is nice. it's a nice thing to have. but what we really care about is having the crisis intervention training for the police, keeping other families from having to go through this kind of pain. >> reporter: this scene captures that painful memory minutes after police responded to a domestic dispute. police say showman refused to drop a cordless power drill. you can see her holding it here. a police officer thought it was an uzi sub mesh gun and shot her. >> she made a bad mistake that day but i don't believe she should have paid with her life. >> reporter: the family filed a lawsuit which was settled. part of the settlement includes the parents working with san jose police with crisis intervention training. it brings some comfort knowing they can prevent a similar tragedy. >> we can feel her presence and be where she loved to be. >> reporter: lonie rivera, abc
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news. happening now, the coast guard is working to salvage a b.a.r.t. maintenance barge that sank last month in the bay. the barge sank during a storm april 7th and is now on its side atop the transbay tube. divers will hook cables to the barge, then a crane will lift it up right. b.a.r.t. set up vibration monitors but does not expect service to be affected. warriors head coach remains out indefinitely after having a spinal cord leak procedure on his neck. joe lay could be said he had his spine drained in hopes of alleviating issues that have sidelined him. he has not cope the warriors in their last five playoff games. lay could be says "we have to be in his court here and support whatever it takes for him to get back. hopefully we'll have him coaching on the court sooner rather than later." the warriors are just one game away from the advancing to the western conference finals after taking a 3-0 lead over the utah
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jazz. kevin durant led golden state to the victory last night. with less than a minute and a half left in the game, durant got a tech foul after getting into a scuffle with rudy gobert. he explained what happened in the final minutes. >> it's just basketball. he pushed me, i pushed him and move on. but you know, that's why they call our league soft because we call flagrants and stuff like that. it is what it is. he's been grabbing and pushing and holding us. that's basketball. but they're trying to clean that stuff up i guess. >> the warriors are 7-0 in the playoffs. it is the longest winning streak in a single postseason in pra franchise history. game four is it tomorrow night at 6:00. larry beil will have all the highlights from last night's win coming up in sports. we invite dub nation to share its playoff excitement with us. use the #dubs on 7 when you post your fan pictures on social media. we may feature them on abc7 news. >> lisa argen is here.
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breezy outside right now. >> just in spots. in fact, you're not going to notice it much unless you're light right on the coast today. the roof camera, you can see the flag blowing there with the west wind taking over today. northwest winds gusty along the shoreline. we're looking at mainly low 50s right now. a couple 40s. you can see the cloud cover. that clears out. we have a beautiful day on way. your forecast is straight ahead. >> thanks. also ahead, a popular east bay soccer league kicks off the season. why organizers say it's so important for the kids that play. and what california senator kamala harris says she will do to fight everts to repeal the affordable car
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good morning to our friends along the coast. here's a live look outside from our santa cruz camera on this sunday morning. lisa will let us know when we can expect some sun in the accuweather forecast. 6:12 is 0 our time. a seemingly cold case from 13 years ago now appears solved. the sonoma county sheriff says there is evidence linking 38-year-old shaun gallon to a cold case double murder in 2004 in jenner. as abc7 news reporter melanie woodrow shows us, gallon made an impression on neighbors in guerneville where he once lived. >> reporter: people are talking about shaun gallon in downtown guerneville though many would rather not talk on camera after al ghagsz gallon is responsible
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for the 2004 murders? of 26-year-old jason allen and 22-year-old linsey cut shawl. the couple died from gunshots to their heads as they slept on beach in the county. >> he had information about the killings that no other person could have known and we have located evidence that corroborates his statement. >> reporter: one man inside this restaurant and bar described gallon as being off. a caretaker where gal once stayed said he was known to shoot animals with arrows. in 2009, he shot james mcneal in his convertible with an arrow, as well. >> knocked the baseball cap off of my head. he hit me with quite a bit of force. and really lucky not to be injured at aller? says he thought it was an accident still he saw someone running away. gal be time for the crime. till now, mcneal never quite understood why law enforcement reacted the way it did. >> cops were coming into town with thanks, sniper rifles,
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robots. >> reporter: deputies say gal has always been a person of interest in the jenner murders. >> detectives never ruled him out as a possible suspect. >> reporter: they didn't say why. he has been in county jail since march charged with shooting and killing his younger brother. friday's deputies searchd his home in forestville possibly looking for evidence in the jenner case. >> it's a terrible thing if he did it. >> melanie woodrow, abc7 news. a san francisco resident led a group of international athletes in a swim from the united states to mexico all from support of immigrants rights. they set up from imperial beach and swam across the border to a beach in tijuana escorted by the mexican navy and cleared for the swim by immigration officials. the organizer of the swim lives in san francisco and wanted to call attention to what she believes is the anti-immigration position of the current administration. >> this is not a protest. this is not a political statement. this is purely a swim for human
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rights and to cast a global spotlight on human suffering. >> swimmers from the u.s., mexico, israel, new zealand and south africa all took part in the more than six-mile swim. happening today, friends and family of a man who decided during a performance with the san francisco gay men's chorus will hold a memorial service. 39-year-old ryan nunez collapsed at herbst theater in late march. doctors were unable to revive him. the artis tick director says nunez was their voice in the world and took care of everyone. the chorus is asking who knew him to attend today's service at 1:00 this afternoon at the national aids audmemorial grove in san francisco. someone has defaced two murals in the mission district. abc7 news was at 19th and san carlos where a mural of a butterfly's wings is covered by black paint. mission local reports the mural on the side of the pg&e substation was defaced with the
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tag khy. it could stand for the gra feep teept crew keeps hoods yursz against gentrification and racism. a mural of a bear on another pat of the building was defaced with the same letters last month. a popular east bay soccer league that gives low income kids a chance to play the game they love kicked off its season today. we were at the san lorenzo adult school for the start of the youth soccer league. program is operated by the alameda deputy sheriff's league to bring together young players, families and law enforcement for games free of charge. organizers say it's a way to do outreach in the community. >> the kids are spre appreciative. they come up to us, law enforcement officers and want to engage in soccer. >> volunteers and donations help organize the soccer matches. the players get uniforms, equipment and a place to play without having to worry about the financial costs associated with the sport.
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6:16 is our time. in richmond, 80 low income families will get solar energy this year at no cost. yesterday abc7 news was in richmond as a group of military veterans from bay area brave installed new solar panels on mel jackson's home. he's also a vet who served in the marine corps during the vietnam war. the volunteers are getting on the job training for future careers as spoe lar panel installers. he is grateful he qualified for the help. >> definitely. as you can see, we get plenty of sun light here. so it will save us quite a bit. >> he's expected to save $40,000 in power bills over the life of the system. and oakland non-profit organization called grid solar makes the panels. for more information on how you can qualify, just go to our abc7 news ap and look for this story. time now is 6:17. look at all of the snow. here's the view from our heavenly camera in lake tahoe yesterday. a lake spring snowstorm blank
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keth higher elevations there. now your accuweather forecast with lisa argen. >> good morning to you. they saw even more of the snow down around mammoth and even some wet weather there. live doppler 7 showing a little bit of cloud cover with the satellite overlaid on top of the radar. we're looking at a nice day today because a ridge of high pressure will build in bringing some warmer days for next three days. as the clouds go up and over the ridge. so that's the storm track that will be well away from california. here's a live look from mt. tam where we're looking at clouds and a little less in the way of wind. 351 san francisco as well as san jose. 40s half moon bay and gilroy with 53 in oakland. looking at emeryville with gray skies for now but plenty of sunshine on the way. 50 santa rosa and napa as well as livermore. 51 by the delta. overall, we are just about where we were yesterday.
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not too cool this morning. we'll be looking at a quicker warmup. from the exploratorium camera, it will it be breezy today on the water. as a result the national weather service issued a high surf advisory. sunny and warmer today with temperatures warming today. tomorrow into tuesday and looking at cooler days on wednesday. significantal cooing. the winds kick up and not only through the second half of the workweek but right on through the weekend including mother's day where we look at breezy and cool temperatures. high surf advise from sonoma down to monterey. looking at very dangerous conditions. with the gusty winds that's generated a large and dangerous surf. so there's northwesterly swells on through 2:00 this afternoon. if you are headed to the beach, breezy with northwest winds anywhere from 20 to perhaps 30 miles at times. from the mid 50s to the low 60s, bodega bay, ocean beach, half moon bay and towards santa cruz and enjoy lower 70s.
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so as we check out this system, this is the middle of the week. it's wednesday. it's not going to bring us any rain but it will bring us cooler temperatures as much as 10 to 15 degrees cooler. so get set for the first half of the week, warming up. today, numbers are near average. for a change, that's 60s of around the coast. and 70s around the bay. and that brings us to about the mid-70s from san jose to santa clara. 74 morgan hill. peninsula numbers in the mid and upper 60s from half moon bay to san mateo. 70 in redwood city. breezy to start. winds slacken off except at the shoreline. 60 in the sunset. north bay numbers ranging from are the upper 70s. some of the warmer numbers around santa rosa and napa today with low 70s around the east bay. 72 in newark and fremont. castro valley 71. inland, 76 in livermore with the upper 70s around concord and pleasant hill. the seven-day forecast download
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our appearance news ap if you haven't already. it's free. you get push alert for any advisories that the national weather service or we want to pass on to you. that will include warmer weather. pleasant today. the warmest day headed by tuesday. monday and tuesday 70s and 80s. by wednesday, that's the day when things turn cooler and breezier. that will take us through the rest of the week and weekend. >> i'm good as long as there's no rain. i can say that now that there's no daughter without getting viewer feedback saying stop it. >> no guilt. >> thank you. just ahead, shaq for sheriff. the nebraska great says he wants to run for office. we'll get to that story soon. but first in, honor of asian pacific heritage month, we're using our instagram feed to celebrate organizations where you live. the san francisco based group chinese for affirmative action asks that you join them in honoring these three architect who's donated their times and
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skills to renovate the caa headquarters in san francisco's china town. they're among the honorees at next month's celebration of an justice dinner. learn more about their work on ou
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the heat over supporting the bill as president trump gears up for what battles might lie ahead. also this morning, french voters are heading to the polls casting their final ballots in this presidential race. just a day after officials say that one candidate's campaign was hacked. does this leak have potential to sway voters. and finally, an abc news exclusive. a member of that penn state fraternity where a pledge died now speaking out sharing what happened inside the frat house that night and why he says his pleas for help wrig norred all coming up only on gma this sunday. hope to see you soon. shaquille o'neal could get a new title. sheriff. that's right. the nba player has announced he wants to run for sheriff as for where, that's still undecided. he could run in one of the place whereas he currently lives including henry county, georgia, or orlando, florida or he could move somewhere else to establish residency to run. basketball player says he wants to bring people closer together as a sheriff.
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he previously went through the los angeles county sheriff's reserve academy and became a reserve officer with the la port office. in the east bay, a chance to rebuild a neighborhood out of legos. abc7 news was at the fruitvale b.a.r.t. station in oakland yesterday as children used 40,000 of the toy bricks to design their own version of the city. the goal of the event was to inspire the next generation of engineers, scientists, innovators and inventors. still to come on abc7 mornings, the big honor former president barack obama will receive later today. welcome to maxx you. you are whimsical, vibrant, statement making. we see what makes you unique. so we have something for everyone,
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good morning east bay. let's get up and get going. >> this is abc7 mornings. >> it's great to have you with us. i'm chris nguyen. we're starting this half hour with a look at the weather. here's lisa argen tracking change in the accuweather forecast. >> how about more sunshine, less wind and a warmer afternoon. here's a look outside from mt. tam you can see the pretty start to the day. if you are headed to the higher elevations it will be breezy but not as windy. 51 in the city. it is 55 in oakland. 52 mountain view, 51 in san jose. from our sutro tower camera nice in the city with 50s. 52 in concord and novato.
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the current wind check, everything is really dialed back nice and calm for you on the peninsula. mountain view and your forecast. calling for temperatures in the 50s till about noontime. we slide into the 60s around the bay and inland. afternoon highs in the mid-70s around san jose. maybe a few upper 70s up toward santa rosa and looking at some clear and calm nights and warmer days for just a couple of the workweek days. a tell you when and how warm in a few minutes. >> thank you. the fight and the furrey mounting over the house health care bill. president donald trump and house speaker paul ryan and celebrated the legislation's first lap victory last week before lawmakers headed home. now they're facing backlash from health care advocates as democrats use the controversial bill as a rallying cry. abc news reporter david wright has more. >> reporter: blowback for republican congress members who voted to repeal and replace
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obamacare. in upstate new york, representative tom reed held town hall meetings with his constituents. >> these are human beings. >> reporter: many of their concerns focused on so-called pre-existing conditions. this man says he recently donated a kidney. >> now that i have a pre-existing condition, that my cost of health care could go up significantly. and also, i could possibly be denied health care. >> reporter: the republican bill would roll back the affordable care act's protections for patients with pre-existing conditions, that's one out of every four americans. health insurers would still have to cover them but the bill does include a mechanism allowing insurance companies to raise rates on those patients. possibly even making their insurance unaffordable. in idaho, congressman raul labrador shot back at a constituent who told him without access to health care, people will die. >> that line is so indefensible.
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nobody dies because they don't have access to health care. >> it will be great health care and your premiums will come down and your deductibles will come down. so you'll have better health karat a lower cost. and now, i'm calling on the senate to take action. >> reporter: some house members now admit they voted for the bill without reading the fine print. >> i don't think any individual has read the whole bill. that's why we have staff. >> reporter: new jersey congressman rodney frelinghuysen switched his vote from no to yes at the last minute after promising his constituents he would look out for them. >> i support looking after pre-existing conditions. >> he was holding my letter in his hand the, yes. whether he said that. >> reporter: adina renfro michele is a survivor of stage 4 breast cancer. >> don't take away the protections we already have. and my representative voted to
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take away those protections when he promised not to. and i deserve an explanation. >> reporter: david wright abc news, washington. california senator kamala maris says sale do everything she can. last night in san francisco, the senator said more must be done to tackle out of control health care costs. >> i think one of the things we have got to do is deal with prescription drug costs. and we've got to improve it by saying let us negotiate those costs like the va can do for vets, let the government negotiate those costs. >> harris made the comments last night during a recording for the podcast "the pod save america." in his first interview after the house passed the health care bill, house speaker paul ryan comes exclusively to "this week." watch his full interview with george stephanopoulos at 8:00 this morning right here on abc7.
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happening today, the jfk library foundation will honor former president barack obama with the 2017 profile in courage award at the centennial may dinner. the event raises money to support the kennedy library's educational programs. the foundation says president obama upheld the highest standards of dignity, decency and integrity throughout his two terms in office. james taylor will perform during tonight's ceremony. overseas, the boko haram islamist militant group has released 82 schools girls abducted from nost northeasternern nigeria three years ago. they'll be flown to safety today. the release comes in exchange for the freedom of several boko haram suspects who were in custody. missing. the school girls were take in april 2014 by militants who stormed a girls secondary school in chibok. the mass abduction triggered an international outcry. this summer marks 20 years
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since the diego of princess diana. tonight, abc news is airing a special report "the last 100 days of diana," giving us a new perspective on her final days. abc7 mornings's alexis smith gives you a sneak peek. >> reporter: the fairly tale of her life ended the summer of 1997. two decades later, there's still speculation and conspiracy theories surrounding her death. >> we've really tried to construct a forensic narrative of the last 100 days. the places she went, the people she was meeting, the commitments she was making, the charities that she was focused on. >> reporter: bbc reporter martin bashir was locked into the worldwide spotlight after getting diana to open up about her private life two years before she died. >> martin, you new princess diana. of course, you had your famous interview with her in 1995 where she revealed so much of her personal life and her struggles. why do you think she was so
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loved and so many of us are still interested in 20 years later >> she verbalized issues she had confronted, things all of us face in our ordinary lives, difficulties with our spouses, finding it difficult to get on with the unlaws, suffering depression, suffering other psychiatric conditions. she wore these vulnerabilities in the open air and because of that, people felt a sense of fealty with her. they felt a sense of shared experience. >> reporter: the special dives into the life she fought so hard to keep private including special moments with her young sons william and harry. it also breaks down that fateful final trip to ferris with boyfriend dodi al fayed. >> the last 48 hours of her life we tell that story in fairly careful detail. there are some phone calls that take place. there are things that happen that i think are something of a revelation. >> and that was alexis smith reporting. you can watch the two-hour
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primetime special "it the last 100 days of die and nap opt tonight at 9:00 right here. still ahead on abc7 mornings, a look inside intel's new garage which is specifically designed for driverless cars. but first as we head to break, here's a live look outside from our mount tam camera. beautiful sunrise here in the bay area. lisa argen will have y
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good morning. 6:39 is our time. here's a live look outside from our emeryville camera. waking up to mild conditions throughout the region. lisa returns in a little bit with the full accuweather forecast. in the east bay, women came together yesterday to build each other up. abc's 7 news was in oakland for the my sisters keeper women's expo. athletes, executives and other leaders inspire women to overcome obstacles and help them grow in personal and professional lives. the main message, we are stronger together. >> women as a race together is powerful. we could build so much if we only stick together and work together and build. plaintiff abc7 news anchor carolyn tyler was one of this year's honorees. so looked so radiant. we miss her. she'll be back soon enough. >> good morning. it is a gorgeous start to the day. a little less wind out there.
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numbers come up as much as 5 to 7 degrees. 51 degrees in the city. 55 across the bay in oakland with fremont 49. so more 70s in your forecast. 80s are not far off but it won't get too warm. in fact, we'll cool it down come midweek. i'll have your full accuweather seven-day forecast in just a few minutes. >> kevin durant takes charge and leads the warriors to a big win over utah. larry beil has the highlights and post-game reaction coming up in sports. ♪ ♪ at ikea, we believe that you should be able to afford your dream bedroom. that you can get it all for less. that you can find what you're looking for at a price you've been waiting for. and we believe the cost of a good night's sleep shouldn't keep you up at night. save up to 20% at the ikea bedroom event.
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pg&e learned a tragic lesson we can never forget. this gas pipeline ruptured in san bruno. the explosion and fire killed eight people. pg&e was convicted of six felony charges including five violations of the u.s. pipeline safety act and obstructing an ntsb investigation. pg&e was fined, placed under an outside monitor, given five years of probation, and required to perform 10,000 hours of community service. we are deeply sorry. we failed our customers in san bruno. while an apology alone will never be enough, actions can make pg&e safer. and that's why we've replaced hundreds of miles of gas pipeline, adopted new leak detection technology that is one-thousand times more sensitive, and built a state-of-the-art gas operations center.
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>> good morning. here's a live look from south lake tahoe. the view from heavenly mountain resort. some new snow good for the skiers and snow boarders out there, but just looking at this shot, it looks pretty miserable with the windy conditions up there. lisa argen will let us know when we can expect some sunshine here locally in the bay area coming up. in sports, both the a's and giants have afternoon games today. the athletics face the tigers at the oakland coliseum. sonny gray takes the mounds for the a's. first pitch at 1:05 p.m. johnny cueto scheduled to pitch against his former team at great american ballpark. first pitch is at 1:10:00 p.m. last night, warriors took a commanding three games to nothing lead over the jazz in their series. we're getting a new update on steve kerr's health. here's larry beil with those details and the highlights in this morning's sports.
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good morning. steve kerr was not in utah last night. warriors owner joe lacob tell us kerr had another operation on his back to fix a spinal cord leak and remains out indefinitely. dubs didn't have kerr but a whole lot of kevin durant in game three in salt lake city on a night when the splash brothers struggled. it was all about kd. he was the only warrior in double figures in the first half gliding to the basket, dubs after one quarter. second quarter, in clark turns it over. the result a rudy gobert slam, 21-15. green in foul trouble. after kd hits the three, he had 22 in the first half, draymond gets ted up while sitting on the bench like trying to put the nitroback in the bottle. utah up one at the break. gordon hayward for three. utah is up by six. the lob to the french rejection. he's doing chin-ups there. the lead is nine. and you're thinking uh-oh, trouble. but steph late third quarter finally knocks down his first three of the night.
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had to be thinking oh, man, get one to go. 18 of his 23 came in the second half. and it was basically all durant down the stretch. they couldn't stop him. he was chatting it up with the fans. warriors win 102-91, take a 3-0 series lead. hiding to game four monday night. here's mike shumann. >> the warriors did what good teams do, they found a way to win tonight with steph, dray and klay all having an off tonight. kd took over. the warriors go up 3-0 in this series. >> they came out with a lot of energy and intensity. the crowd was great. game three, man. they wanted to get back into the series. it's going to be games like that where we don't have 30 assists. we fought through it. we got stops on the defensive end and scored down the stretch. >> kevin carried us. while the other 13 guys, 14 guys struggled. he carried us. and then you know, steph was able to get it going and a coup can other guys were able to get some things going. he definitely carried us till we
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could get it going. >> that's what good teams do. when they're not playing well, they find ways to win. >> that's what our guys did tonight. they found a way to win. >> you're still undefeated in the playoffs. reporting in salt lake city is, mike shumann, abc7 sports. mike shumann, abc7 sports. >> thank you. giants and reds, even the reds fans want his autograph. adam duval pretty popular these days. high deep off a ty block led 10 runs, eight of them earned. fernandez trying to keep the giants in for a little bit. patrick kivlehan crashed into the wall. 2-2 game. then we fast forward. it's 10-2 reds. suarez gets all of the george contos offering. dropped his glove. 14-2, giants giving up double digits with regularity these days. a's and tigers on bob melvin bobblehead night. 3-0 tying in other words the second. ryon healy cuts into the lead with a solo blast. the first player to light the
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new bill king holy toledo tribute sign. base hit. maxwell scores. game over. drive home safely. the a's walk it off, win number 475 for bob melvin. 6-5, a's the final and it's my time. that's a wrap on morning sports. have a great weekend, everybody. i'm larry beil. >> now your accuweather forecast with lisa argen. >> good morning to you. it is sunday. we are looking at a nice start to the day. but it is a different story along the central coast. and southern california. it has been raining all weekend long around san luis ibispo and the mountains above santa barbara and los angeles county have a winter weather advisory with 3 to 6 inches of snow at 5,000 feet. they got the brunt of the low that brought the wind and cloud cover yesterday.
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mt. tam looks hazy. a lot of sun out there today. 51 in the city. san jose same deal. 575 in oakland with upper 40s from gilroy to half moon bay. another perspective from sfo where the winds have settled do you here, as well. temperatures climb through the upper 60s today for your afternoon high. average in san francisco is about 64. actually about 67. 71 on the peninsula. and we're looking at low to mid 50s right now from fairfield to novato. 52 in concord with 50 in santa rosa. emeryville more 70s today with the sunny and warmer day today. temperatures warm not only today but tomorrow into tuesday. and looking at the cooler days on wednesday, that's going to set the stage for not only the cooler second half of the workweek but into next weekend. if you have mother's day plans, a little breezy and on the cool side. high surf advisory till 2:00. current wave heights from 13 feet half moon bay.
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air temperature on the coolside. you get protected by that wind. the sun will make it feel pretty good. it's dangerous here with the strong rip currents sneaker waves and breakers at 20 feet. your beach forecast from ocean beach to half moon bay, low 60s. towards santa cruz in the low 70s. a little breezy again with the northwesterly winds. we can check out the forecast tomorrow. 80s arrive from napa through concord and just about 80 in livermore. comfortable though from san francisco to oakland, tuesday will be the warmest day with some mid 80s perhaps in our inland east bay. taking us well above average again. that's where things stop. we'll look at an area of low pressure to the north that will allow for not only rain in the northern half of the state but the cooldown. temperatures cool down dramatically from sausalito to oakland and in livermore another maybe 15 degrees of cooling as you get towards midweek. the culprit will be this system that drops out of the north allowing for increased cloud
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cover on wednesday. but planning your day today, it looks really nice out there with highs ranging from the low 60s in half moon bay, 72 in fremont. average highs in if the low 70s from santa rosa and san jose. you can see we're a little bit above that today. 78 in concord. if you're spending time in the east bay at about 1:00, it should be 70 degrees and low 70s at the coliseum by 4:00. the accuweather seven-day forecast, a string of sunny and warmer days today through tuesday. download our abc7 news ap and some of those winds forecasted should materialize back on wednesday and bring in the clouds and cooler days as we get towards next weekend. did you see, just 60s for next weekend. >> not a bad forecast though. >> not bad. >> thank you. intel unveil aid new garage where jers will tinker with the cars of the future. abc's jonathan bloom got a tour and test drive as self-driving cars inch closer to your driveway than before.
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>> it's looking around to see if there's a safe distance. >> reporter: anthony is just along for the ride. >> it's going to take us around the route. it is able to see everything around us. >> reporter: a new kind of car needs a new place for engineers to tinker with it. and while the ribbon cutting was quiet, the invasion inside will echo around the world. >> this is the grand opening of our innovation interest. >> reporter: intel teachinging this car how to drive in different countrieses. >> in the u.s., we have right turns on red. >> reporter: the bmw could hit it the market by 2021, the technology hidden under a sleek camera. >> ultrasonic and radar in the vehicle. >> reporter: with cameras pointed in every direction, it generates so much data within a week the trunk would be filled with hard drives. the trick is how to use that data and quickly make room for more. >> you've got to be able to use
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your trunk and have a place for your golf bag. it's about taking big computes and shrinking it down. >>. >> reporter: intel has been grant aid permit to test on city streets. >> are they comfortable, are they confident, do they feel safe. >> reporter: some will ride in this car. >> you're requesting this car. >> reporter: like uber or lyft without the driver. >> jonathan. >> reporter: with no human to talk to, designers have to figure out how you'll interact with the car. >> go ahead and click the go button. >> reporter: from how long you need to hold the button down, to how the car will convince you to trust it. >> people obviously want to feel safe. they want to feel comfortable. physically comfortable, yes, but more importantly, psychologically comfortable. >> reporter: in san jose, jonathan bloom, abc7 news. coming up, why things will get a little weird today in a san francisco neighborhood
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expect heavy traffic in san francisco's so ma district all day as at annual how weird street fair gets under way. there are several street closures in effect near howard and second. the event encourages peace and showcases music art and creativity. this is the 1th annual event which celebrates the 25th anniversary of the summer of love. the fair runs from noon till 8:00 tonight. 6:57 the time. a final checking with lisa argen. >> a high surf advisory today. if you're headed to the coast keep that mind till about 2:00 this afternoon. the current wave heights increase from sonoma down to monterrey. temperatures near average on the peninsula at 71 degrees for you today. palo alto, 72, fremont upper 70s in the north bay. a little warmer up towards santa rosa. the accuweather 11-day forecast, mid-70s around the bay both monday and tuesday. tuesday inland could be toasty.
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but still that will summer spread at the coast and cooler and breezier wednesday noose next weekend. >> a cool day today. a good day to get all of your mother's day gifts. get it done. you heard it here first. don't procrastinate. a week left. thanks to you for joining us on abc7 mornings. for cain lynn tyler and lisa ar jenn, i'm chris nguyen. the news continues now online on twitter, facebook and instagram. "gma" is next. ♪ look into the sky for a momentary high, ♪ ♪ everybody fights for a little bit of light, ♪ ♪ i believe.
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